CAMEo Research Institute is delighted to invite you to the following free event:


Creating Safe Spaces
Public Lecture with Equity President Maureen Beattie

Curve Theatre, Leicester
Thursday 13th September, 6 pm – 7pm


Hosted by CAMEo Research Institute for Cultural and Media Economies as part of CAMEo Conference 2018 ‘Care in the Media and Cultural Industries 


So what happens now? How do we change the atmosphere in the entertainment industry so radically that the perpetrators of sexual harassment and bullying can find no oxygen for their behaviour? We have earned a brief period of grace in the wake of the high profile scandals that have unfolded over the past year, but the would be harassers and bullies haven’t gone away: they’re just lurking in the shadows. When they finally re-emerge blinking in the light Equity, with its Agenda for Change and Safe Spaces campaign, will be waiting for them.


This event is free and all are welcome. Sign-up at our Eventbrite page.


If you have any questions about the event please do not hesitate to get in touch.




Dr Stevie Marsden

Research Associate

CAMEo Research Institute for Cultural and Media Economies &

School of Media, Communication & Sociology

University of Leicester, UK



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